Jonathan Pryce talks to us about his role in The Two Popes opposite Anthony Hopkins in the new film from City of God director, Fernando Meirelles.
A Peter Cattaneo’s signature film, as usual on true stories of lives we never think about. Moving and fun and touching.
A Chinese family builds up a lie in order to hide from the grandmother a mortal illness. Billy, the granddaughter, lives this lie with anxiety when she goes back to China from the Unites States in order to say goood-bye to her granny.
A chat with the incomparable Douglas Kirkland, a monumental photographer and a passionate man, even after more than 50 years of work.
Howard talks about his documentary on the Italian opera singer and about making non fictional films.
A coming-of-age hiding behind a noir: Edward Norton on his second film as director, our everyday battles and music.
Author and scriptwriter Bret Easton Ellis talks to FRED before his encounter with the audience in Rome Film Festival. He talks about ‘White’, his new book, and political correctness.
A sum of three books of scary stories for kids, with style and a respect for fear.
A friendship born on a summer beach between a little girl and a Senegalese kid, a cry for help that only a kid get and respond to.
Alicia Vikander told us how playing in the cello and speaking Japanese were all in a day’s work in Wash Westmoreland’s Earthquake Bird.